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Thread: Euro-Pro

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    Is A Euro-Pro sewing machine is a good sewing machine.Has anyone heard about how long it would lost with weekly oiling and cleaning?

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    I have one that is 4 or 5 years old and it works fine. I don't use it at the current time because the light bulb is out and I haven't replaced it.

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    I have one that is a least 10 years old and works fine. I am using it all of the time right now because my main machine is down. Has a very nice stitch and the attachments and feet from my Babylock work very well on it.

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    Senior Member Unique Creations's Avatar
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    I have two Euro Pro's, a heavy duty denim that I have had for 15 years or so, and a newer electronic model that I have had for about 10 years, both are still good machines, and I use them when the projects calls for their specific specialty. I have them serviced only when they quit working, which is probably not such a good idea, but---"if it ain't broke don't fix it" has always been my motto!! But I just purchased a Memory Craft Janome 6500, which I also LOVE!!

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